The Oppo Find N3 is fast approaching its launch and has just been certified by the Chinese 3C Agency. The listing shows that the foldable smartphone with model number PHN110 will support 100 watt fast charging. That would be faster than any other foldable on the market and four times faster than the all-new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5.
The Oppo Find N3 has been certified with a SuperVOOC charger called VCB7CACH, which the 3C says has two USB-A/USB-C ports. According to the sources, the charger supports speeds of up to 100 watts. However, the individual ports can also only deliver 50 watts if required. At best, the adapter would also support charging multiple devices at the same time. In our Huawei P60 Pro review, a similar charger was part of the box, but it only supported charging with one of the two ports.
Oppo launched the first Find N with only 33W fast VOOC 4.0 charging support. A year later, the Find N2 came with an output of 66 watts. The Find N3 is finally reaching flagship rates and performance levels and accordingly, like the Find X6 Pro, should go from 0 to 100% battery in half an hour.
According to rumors, the Oppo Find N3 could be launched as early as this month and could also charge wirelessly. In addition, there are already reports of a flagship camera setup.